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Admission Criteria

A clinical assessment must determine a chemical dependency problem. All Intakes must bring appropriate identification (i.e. Birth Certificate, Social Security Card, Welfare ID, Drivers License, State Photo ID, Prison ID, Passports) before they can be admitted into the program.

All admissions must bring a sixty (60) day supply of all prescribed medications (Psychoactive/ Psychotropic medicines allowed on a case by case basis).

All criminal justice referrals must bring written permission from that criminal justice entity, approving their admission into ARC and documenting any mandated stipulations.

What You Can Expect

All program participants will receive weekly individual counseling with their primary counselor and daily group counseling on topics such as:

  • Drug/Alcohol Prevention
  • Behavior Modification
  • Career/Job Development
  • Anger Management
  • Social and Coping Skills
  • Health Education
  • Legal Compliance

You can expect assistance with referrals for education, vocational training and job placement, residence staff, medical staff, food service staff, and fiscal staff that will all be working together to help you achieve your personal treatment goals. We also have bi-lingual staff that can accommodate those specific needs.

How Long is the Program?

The ARC program is form six (6) to nine (9) months, depending on your individual needs, level of participation and ability to maintain abstinence.

If you are interested, please fill out the out prescreen form and fax back to 646-783-5337. We look forward to hearing from you.